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Canoeing the Dordogne River

Listed under Kayaking in South West, France.

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Gently glide down the Dordogne River and view castles, La Roque-Gageac, Beynac, and other old villages. Beautiful stretches of calm water and mini-rapids make this canoeing experience available to people of all ages and it is a nice family activity. Drifting down the Dordogne is relaxing way to spend a day because the river is peaceful and quiet. Motorboats do not have access to this section of water, and the only person you might see is a fisherman, or other people canoeing and kayaking. Most renters operate daily in July and August, and on demand in May, June, and September, but are closed during the rest of the year.

Written by  Tara Fuller.

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A member of my family recently moved out here, and every time I vist, I feel a stronger connection and affinity with the place. In addition to the vast array of activities on offer-canoeing, walking, browsing the many marvellous Chateaux's, a holiday in the Dordgone offers time to recharge your batteries and reconnect with what is really true about life. Free from pretentions and drenched in beautiful scenery, just a few days in the

Dordogne can lift your spirits and help you reconnect.

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